Designed to be a one-stop shop for style-seeking men, Precision Barber Club keeps its clientele looking spruce with sharp haircuts, traditional hot-towel shaves, and a range of aesthetic treatments. Grooming services include mustache trims, haircuts and fades, and styling, and a range of facials helps keep skin looking masculinely clean. The shop also sells a range of grooming products for DIY hair and beard care.
The highly trained dental do-gooders at Taylor Orthodontics investigate inconsistencies in oral architecture and meticulously fashion mouths with a variety of state-of-the-art orthodontic technologies. An initial exam, including panoramic and cephalometric x-rays, photos, and impressions of your mouth terrain, paves the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into perfect alignment. The Invisalign process ($2,000–$8,000) eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. Incognito braces implement computer-aided design technology and robotic wire bending to shape 100% customizable brackets, form-fitted and placed behind the teeth, and traditional metal, colored, and clear-ceramic braces strive to straighten out teeth with their traditional tough love.
Headed by the trilingual Dr. Richard Silva, Silva Med Centre acts as both a family-oriented primary-care facility and a med spa. Patients can undergo treatment for chronic conditions, mental health issues, nutrition, and reproductive problems, or opt for cosmetic services that tackle acne, sun damage, and body shaping.
Bilingual, licensed Drs. Dorsey Goosby and Alfredo Machado put children and their parents at ease during appointments for preventive care and identifying and treating inevitable illnesses such as the flu, strep throat, and ear infections. In addition to curing sickness, the specialize in working with kids with ADHD, autism, and diabetes as well as providing resources for new mothers on topics such as breastfeeding.
If chiropractic hadn’t intervened two decades ago, Doctor of Chiropractic Dean Mammales would have been an ex-wrestler with a metal rod in his back instead of the chiropractor (sans metal rod) he would later become. His chiropractor at the time—like all chiropractors—didn’t deal in metal rods, invasive surgeries, or overly potent medications. Instead, he realigned the discs in Dr. Mammales’ injured back so they wouldn’t pinch the delicate nerve tissue of the spinal cord. Today, Dr. Mammales carries on this chiropractic tradition, aligning spines and vanquishing maladies in patients of all ages without resorting to harsh measures such as surgery and kick-me signs. In addition to realignments, his staff renders massage therapy in modalities such as Swedish, deep tissue, and trigger point therapy.